Jura Margulis - Russian Virtuoso in Concert
Join us for a magical evening!
Sky Hill Cultural Alliance & Petaluma Museum Association
Are pleased to present:
Friday, May 25th
Complimentary wine & cheese
Admission is $30 ($35 at the door). Free to Students.
Balcony Seating with Elite Beverage Service $45.00 (Limited No. Available) ($50 at the door if available).
Jura is a world-renowned virtuoso pianist who is currently based at the Music and Arts University in The City Of Vienna. He will once more return Friday, May 25th to the North Bay with a powerful and uplifting performance to inspire audiences of all ages. Margulis will be playing works by Scarlatti, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff.
f-minor, Andante Moderato
d-minor, Moderato "Pastorale
E-major, Andante commodo
d-minor, Allegro Toccata
Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky
D-major, Andante cantabile op. 23 Nr. 4
b-minor, Lentoop. 32 Nr. 10
g#-minor, Allegro op. 32 Nr. 12
g-minor, Alla marcia op. 23 Nr. 5
Margulis has developed quite a loyal and dedicated following and we are fortunate to be able to enjoy this concert in the beautiful and acoustically superior Petaluma Historical Library and Museum. Sky Hill Cultural Alliance and the Petaluma Museum Association have been working together for over nine years, bringing high-quality classical music to Petaluma.
Margulis will play his tenth concert on the legendary Henry F. Miller concert grand, which is currently housed in the Petaluma Museum. His first performance on this piano was at the Charles M. Schultz Museum in 2009. This piano was built in Boston in 1899 and has been magnificently restored by JB Piano Company in San Rafael.
Enjoy complimentary wine and cheese.
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum (View)
20 4th Street
Petaluma, CA 94952
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